■ Helen Tibaldo & Antoinette Hamada
The 2nd International Food Festival in Baguio on Oct. 22 has featured around 56 concessionaires offering a variety of international cuisines, including German, Filipino, Italian, Himalayan, Nepalese, Korean, Thai, Tex-Mex, Chinese, Japanese, Asian cuisine, Western, and more.
The event was organized by the Baguio General Hospital & Medical Center Advisory Board in partnership with the Baguio General Hospital & Medical Center, city government of Baguio, SM City Baguio, Baguio Museum, and Baguio Midland Courier.
All the proceeds from this festival were dedicated to helping indigent patients in the city and the rest of the Cordillera, showcasing the power of food and community support for a good cause.
Winner for the best booth decoration and best in costume was 3J and G Snack House and for best organized booth was Chrismer’s Fast Food.
Our heartfelt gratitude to generous donors and benefactors namely SM City Baguio, Baguio Water District, Benguet Electric Cooperative, Hill Station Baguio main and branches, Ecotherm Heaters Company, Saint Louis University Boys High School Batch 1992, Saint Louis University Girls High School 1992, Don Bosco Batch of 1992, and Venus Parkview Hotel.